Project Profile:

Gym 2000

Project Summary

Onsite stormwater - from the Gym 2000 site and adjacent Day Care building site - filters in through the vegetated swale and also enters through inlets in high volume cases. The required position of the detention system and the amount of stormwater containment needed made Rainstore3 the only choice in this situation. An above ground (open) detention pond was not used for safety reasons: children frequent the area.

Address

Castleton & Industrial Way, Castle Rock, CO

Install Size

378 cu meters to store 94,000 gallons (21 unit high cells )

Designer

Kevin Archer with David E. Archer Associates, Castle Rock, CO 303-688-4642

Contractor

MPC, 5400 W Jewell Ave, Ste 1A, Lakewood, CO - 303-934-6898

Project Gallery

Subsurface-Water Storage was installed at Gym 2000, Castle Rock, Colorado, using Rainstore3.
After excavation is complete, workers put a layer of geogrid on the bottom of the area for stabilization.
Underground-Water Retention was installed at Gym 2000, Castle Rock, Colorado, using Rainstore3.
The 21 unit high cell stacks are lifted into the hole.
Underground-Rainwater Storage was installed at Gym 2000, Castle Rock, Colorado, using Rainstore3.
An opening is left in the chamber for a maintenance port to be added later.
Subsurface Cistern was installed at Gym 2000, Castle Rock, Colorado, using Rainstore3.
Some of the Rainstore3 cell are covered with the fabric as workers position the remaining cells.
A Water-Retention System was installed at Gym 2000, Castle Rock, Colorado, using Rainstore3.
Workers easily position the cells.